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Re: Embankment & Taxes
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More police presence in DTJC is a good thing, and a park on the embankment would require them to get out of their cruisers. We need more cops on foot or on a bike, because they certainly don't see half the stuff that goes on when they do their drive-bys.

I do agree that a private developer would do a better job at anything than this city's current administration would. However, the last thing we need is more under-occupied condos.

Posted on: 2011/6/8 16:18
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Re: Star Bar is now Pint?
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I don't think they are ungaying, lol. The owner of about 2 years has focused on craft beer, and I assumed changed the name to reflect that, also its cozy size, and to distinguish it from White Star.

They had a cooler emptying party on Saturday night, and the bartender told me that they are getting a different cooler to make better use of space, so that they can offer a wider selection of craft beer. In my opinion, they already have the best craft beer selection in Jersey City.

Posted on: 2011/6/8 16:08
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Re: wtf - JCPD - insane ticket
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The moral of the story is, never look to JCList for sympathy. I think socialgal learned two lessons this week.

Posted on: 2011/5/31 18:57
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Re: Councilman Steve Fulop Proposes city and county consolidation of certain functions
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This is how Jerry would handle it:

Jersey City mayor: consolidation proposal would 'strip' residents 'of their culture and identity'

I would like to state for the record that I was not a resident of Jersey City when this guy was elected. What an embarrassment he is.

Posted on: 2011/5/18 13:20
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Re: Car Accident on 3rd & Erie - - Be Careful!
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Honestly, they could put stop signs up and down Erie and all it would do is give a false sense of security to pedestrians. Sorry to be a Debby Downer, but the lunatic drivers will still ignore them or roll through them while somebody is waiting at the curb waiting to cross. 9 times out of 10 they'll have New York plates.

Posted on: 2011/4/13 15:51
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Re: Best pizza in JC????
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Carmine's has the best Sicilian. The ratio of sauce/cheese/bread is perfect, and the crust is perfect. I'll pass on their regular slice though, and everything else on the menu.

I may be crazy but Michael's Pizza and Video on Eire has the best old-fashioned, Americanized, greasy, floppy slice around. Again, the ratio, the key to a good pie, is perfect. And the eggplant parm sandwich (and from what I hear the chicken parm too), is worth the walk alone, as they don't deliver. They are the only ones to cook a parm sandwich right in this city.

Posted on: 2011/4/11 20:14
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Re: Coed Adult Rugby (non-tackle) in Downtown JC
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I would definitely be interested. LSP is the only park near DT with enough space for this. I would think VVP and Hamilton are a little too small and get crowded too early.

Posted on: 2011/4/4 12:05
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Re: New York Times: Possible Second Life for Stalled Xanadu Project?
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Your right it isn't ugly. It may not be your cup of tea, but that is no reason to waste money on it. And of all the visually offensive things in NJ that the governor can spend taxpayer money to fix, why a brand new building? Because it is high profile, and it's politically motivated.

Posted on: 2011/3/26 23:51
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Re: JC Board of Education 2011 budget contains $2 million increase in local tax
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As a teacher outside JC, I find it very difficult to vote "no" on a school budget. Unfortunately, I cannot assume the best in this budget. If my small district (serving 800 students) can preserve the status quo for two years in a row, even with the loss of state aid last year, certainly the JCBOE can do it, with all the revenue they deal with. The status quo is of course no increase in tax levy and no layoffs. I hope the state rejects this budget so I don't have to.

The soundtrack in the video is a nice touch, though.

Posted on: 2011/3/23 19:04
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Re: HUGE GAS PIPELINE COMING - through Jersey City
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From the JCBOE agenda for tonight's meeting:

Agenda Item Details
Meeting Mar 17, 2011 - Regular Meeting, 6 p.m.
Category Educational Programs
Subject Approval of acceptance of Donation from Spectra Energy Type Action (Consent)

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Jersey City Board of Education approves to accept a donation from Spectra Energy in the amount of $1,000.00 for Abraham Lincoln High School.

Originator: Ellen M. Ruane, Associate Superintendent

http://www.boarddocs.com/nj/jcps/Boar ... goto?open&id=8ERQZX6A9D74

Posted on: 2011/3/17 15:54
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Re: Paulus Hook Crime Last Night
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I usually don't comment on anything on here because I feel stupid, but I can't resist this one. I mean two days ago this was a thread with disgusting racism. Now its just pure entertainment

Does anyone else notice that JCList is more entertaining in the wintertime? I mean... "Nancy effing Drew." Lolz

What I have learned from this thread is that warm weather part of the world people cause crime on the streets in the summertime, and that cold weather part of the world people cause crime on the internets during wintertime. Also, when Torico's opens back up, it's all down hill from there.

Sincerly,
A white person who can't afford Hoboken, but wouldn't live there if he could.

Posted on: 2011/3/3 17:15
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Re: Grocery stores in downtown JC (close to Grove PATH)?
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Yes, the service is pretty apathetic at shoprite, but that's the kind of service you'll get from any supermarket where teenagers work. (Except maybe trader joe's which has always very friendly and knowledgeable people, and no, I'm not rumor-milling, just wishful thinking). But it is still the closest place where you are going to save a buck or two.

Avoid C Town on Jersey Ave. Period.

I also recommend the grocery on Bay and Newark. I think it's "P&K Fruit Stand"? The owners are friendly and the store has everything you could possibly need. I wouldn't do my regular food shopping here because you would end up spending an arm and a leg.

Posted on: 2011/1/11 14:11
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Re: Downtown: (you pick the title, the best “ny post” type title to this thread wins)
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Ha...this made my day. Okay here is my title "Chilltown: More Like Swilltown". And I'm official starting a band named FECAL SPLATTER. Lol.

Posted on: 2010/5/11 22:56
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Re: Shame on you City Council
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lol. I'm so glad they showed where Vega lives. Just three blocks from me. I'm going to go check on that jeep today. I doubt it's there though. With the 1500 miles a month, he probably took it to the Jersey Shore, being that its a nice day and all. Thats the real "Situation".

Couldn't he walk to city hall? Take the bus or PATH or lightrail to other parts of the city? Couldn't we use the money for government vehicles to invest more into our public transit?

I do think it is cute that they have Jeep Liberties. It is so appropriate on so many levels.

Posted on: 2010/5/2 15:57
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Re: Tell Trader Joe's to come near the Grove Station!
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Yes, I'm so glad there is a topic on this. I sent them an email the other day. I second replacing smelly, old C-town with a trader joe's. I went to college near a TJs, and would have starved if they weren't around. They are so ridiculously affordable for the quality of products that they offer, but I just can't justify driving 40 minutes up the river or taking the PATH.

Posted on: 2010/5/2 14:32
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